Here we are explaining how to write an R program to create a vector using: operator and seq() function. Here we are using the built-in function **seq** for this calculation. The numbers are passed to these functions directly here. To generating regular sequences **seq** is a standard generic with a default method.

**seq(from, to, by, length.out, along.with)**

Where **from** and **to** are the beginning and terminating the number of the sequence, **by** is the increment of the given sequence it is calculated as ((to-from) /(length.out-1)).And the argument **length.out** decides the total length of the sequence and **along. with** will Outputs a sequence of the same length as the input vector.

Given below are the steps which are used in the R program to create a vector using: operator and **seq()** function. In this R program, we directly give the values to built-in functions. And print the function result. Here we are using variable **A **for the newly created vector using**: **operator. And **B, C **are the newly created vectors using the **seq()** method.

**STEP 1**: Use the operator: for new vector creation as **A=1:10**

**STEP 2**: Print the vector **A**

**STEP 3**: Use the method seq() for new vector creation as **B= seq(1, 3, by=0.3) **

**STEP 4**: Print the vector **B**

**STEP 5**: Use the method seq() for new vector creation as **C = seq(1, 5, length.out = 6) **

**STEP 6**: Print the vector **C**

` ````
A = 1:10
print("New vector using : operator-")
print(A)
print("New vector using seq() function-")
print("Specify step size:")
B= seq(1, 3, by=0.3)
print(B)
print("Specify length of the vector:")
C = seq(1, 5, length.out = 6)
print(C)
```

[1] "New vector using : operator-" [1] 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 [1] "New vector using seq() function-" [1] "Specify step size:" [1] 1.0 1.3 1.6 1.9 2.2 2.5 2.8 [1] "Specify length of the vector:" [1] 1.0 1.8 2.6 3.4 4.2 5.0